Beeville ISD has suspended all extracurricular activities after positive cases of COVID-19 in high school and college, school officials said on Wednesday.
The number of positive tests is still being assessed, Beeville ISD director of communications Myra Barrera said on Wednesday.
“Due to the recent notification of positive COVID-19 cases on Beeville ISD campuses, the ongoing contact tracing investigation, as a precaution we will suspend all regularly scheduled after-school activities until further notice. order, “the district said in a statement. Press release.
Beeville is currently in season for women’s and men’s basketball, cross-country and golf.
Jada Johnson of Beeville qualified for the state cross country competition on Nov. 24 at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.
Johnson placed sixth in Region IV-4A on Tuesday at Dugan Stadium.
Barrera is hoping the current outbreak won’t stop athletes from missing out on a chance to compete in the state.
“I am convinced it is only temporary,” Barrera said.
The district said it will continue to provide updates in a timely manner.
“We thank you for your patience and understanding as we go through this difficult and fluid situation,” the statement said.